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August 25, 2011

A Moment with Borges

Want to widen your literary knowledge? Then check out this cool article featured in The Paris Review which has an interview from 1966 with author Jorge Luis Borges. Now some of you may not know who this man is (I admit that I didn’t know and had to do an impromptu search for information) so I will give you a few factoids about him:
  1. Borges was an Argentine writer, poet, and essayist.
  2. Ficciones and The Aleph – both written in the 1940s – were his most famous works.
  3. Although he gradually went blind, Borges did not stop writing and continued his work as director of the National Library in Buenos Aires, Argentina.